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... umbrellas and people vying for their few square inches of space. February is an especially busy time for multigenerational families to come the to coast for summer vacation. We got to do lots of people watching as well as be entertained by the many street buskers. The water in Viņa is very cold (so we're told)--too cold for us, but that did not stop the "surfers." The seafood is great and the Pisco ...
... day or couple of days. And fortunately (this part is not sarcastic, honestly), I had found a perfect city to go be lazy in.
(This part is sarcastic again) To kick off our lazy day, Terrance and I walked for 2 hours to get to our hostel. It would have only been an hour or so, but the accidental detours and heavy backpacks slowed us down a little. On top of that, all of the hostels seemed to be completely full. Hmm.
Eventually we found a spot on top of ...
... two jumpers and a Hollister top, all for 40p-£1! We grabbed some empanadas for lunch on the way back to town and walked all the way back along to the port, happy with our purchases. At the port we took a boat tour of the harbour which allowed you to see the whole town and Vina del Mar from the sea, as well as spotting a sea lion swimming alongside the boat! We finished by driving around the ...
... the public to go and visit. It was a big 5 story property with amazing views out looking onto the ocean, they had been looked after very well and maintained with most original pieces of Pablo's life in tact. His house contained lots of art work and nice furniture some originating from England for example, the plates and cups on his dining room table and the chair he used to sit in looking out over the sea. ...
... still a few hours ahead of the sun, who siestas until around 16:00, so we stop for now known as Middle Eastern Mexican food- a nearly-burrito schwarma with palta from Ali Kebab. Tree line streets guide us to our next pre-playa stop, the Fonck Museum, which has a moai statue originally from Rapa Nui island in its collection. While the museum is more a renovated two-story house and the moai ...